Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these options in Dedham.
- Before you know it the holiday season will be upon us, and this weekend you can get a very head start on your toy shopping at the Greater Boston Antique Toy & Collectible Show & Sail. For 30 years the Greater Boston Antique & Collectible Toy Show has been running, selling toys from trains of the 1880s to the Cabbage Patch kids of the 1980s, from cast iron to fine German tinplate. This show will be 100 tables of childhood treasures, and a full line of collectible toys. The show features vintage Christmas and Halloween decorations, including paper mache Santas of the1880s to plastic figure Halloween candy containers from the 1950s. The show is good for the avid collector, or a child wanting a new toy. The event is being held at the Holiday Inn, 55 Adriane Road, Dedham, on Sun., Sept. 29, starting at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will also be a follow-up holiday show on Dec. 8. Admission is $7/$5 with a coupon, or pay $25 to get in on early buying at 7 a.m. For discount coupon go to: www.bostontoyshow.com.
- On Saturday is Dedham Savings for Shred Day from 9 a.m. to noon. AM to 12. Spend your Saturday morning getting rid of those papers you have been holding on to for too long. Stop by 55 Elm St., the branch's main office in Dedham to shred your documents, credit cards, CDs and more. There is a limit of five boxes per carload.
- The Fellowship Bible Church of Dedham will celebrate its 170th anniversary on Sunday with services, a sermon, followed by cake and ice cream. All are welcome to attend the services and celebration. Services start at 10 a.m., with worship and celebrating, going over the history of the church, shared stories and testimonials of how God has worked with the church the years. Pastor Steven Johnson will be preaching a sermon on a similar topic, he said. Then there will be reception with cake, ice cream and time to gather and celebrate. That will be after the service. For more info check out fellowshipindedham.org.